Vyapam, who took over the name of the Vocational Examination Committee and is now known as Karamchari Chayan Aayog, has earned 1,046 million for taking exams for unemployed youth in the last 10 years.
Madhya Vyapam in Pradesh was once notorious for mass recruitment fraud.
Expenditure on examinations in the same period amounted to 502 million, leaving a profit of 545 million.
These details were provided in a written response by Yashodhara Raje Scindia, the Minister of Technical Education, to a question from former Minister Jitu Patwari and the MLA state assembly in Congress.
Mr. Patwari searched for information on Vyapam’s income and expenses from 2011-12 to 2020-2021.
The answer said Vyapam has 404 million rupees in its five bank accounts.
“Every year, thousands of unemployed young people appear in recruitment examinations in the state. This also shows high unemployment in the state. In 2017, Vyapam conducted 15 examinations in which more than 36 lakh candidates appeared,” Mr Patwari told NDTV.
“Vyapam received the highest fees for examining the recruitment of patwars, police, prison guards and teachers. In return, they pay Rs million a year. Vyapam has a net profit of 45 million euros a year, and the average annual expenditure is Rs 41 crore, “said Mr Patwari.
In the economic survey presented at the budget session in 2020, the number of unemployed young people in the state was 24.72 thousand, and in 2021 it was 30.23 thousand.
The percentage of young people in school has also risen from 93.37 per cent (of all unemployed) to 95.07 per cent. So far, a total of 5.46 lakh unemployment has risen in the state in the last year, and 35 percent of the state’s unemployed young people are graduates.
This is the situation when the school’s education department has 30,600 vacancies, 9,388 in the Department of the Interior, 8,592 in the Department of Health and 9,530 in the Department of Finance.
There are more than one vacancy in various departments of the state government.